News from the System Office

  • BISMARCK, N.D. – The North Dakota University System has launched a search for the next president of the North Dakota State College of Science. The new NDSCS president will succeed Dr. John Richman, who will retire from the university on Dec. 17, 2021

  • Core Technology Services is launching a web-based performance management solution that will modernize performance evaluations. The system is called ePerformance and it will deliver self-service capabilities to managers, employees, and Human Resources

  • The North Dakota University System has launched a search for the next president of North Dakota State University. The 13-member search committee represents a broad spectrum of NDSU stakeholders, including students, faculty, staff, alumni, and the bus

  • The website that serves to connect the varied libraries of the state in North Dakota received its first major update in five years, an update that aims to make things easier to find than ever. The Online Dakota Information Network (ODIN) redesign was

  • An 11-institution rollout of new endpoint security services is happening across the North Dakota University System, an action that aims to result in a more secure digital environment. Cortex XDR is a next generation antivirus, detection, and response

  • The National Science Foundation (NSF) selected Kelly A. Rusch Ph.D., PE, BCEE (Executive Director – ND EPSCoR and Professor – Department of Construction, Civil, and Environmental Engineering at North Dakota State University) to serve on the external

  • The North Dakota University System has appointed David Krebsbach as interim vice chancellor for administrative affairs and chief financial officer. Krebsbach will take on responsibilities as the system’s interim vice chancellor for administrative aff

  • This week’s meeting of the State Board of Higher Education saw the higher education governing body look at presidential evaluations, the chancellor’s contract, and once again touched on strategic planning. After spending time in executive session to

  • The State Board of Higher Education reviewed its strategic planning process during its annual meeting this week, making post-pandemic adjustments to the plan and how the North Dakota University System would move forward. Chair Nick Hacker, Chancellor

  • The State Board of Higher Education held its recent annual strategic retreat in Bismarck, hosting a virtual guest that kicked off an afternoon of strategic thinking. “This was the most disruptive year and now there’s an opportunity to see what’s chan

  • BISMARCK, N.D. – The North Dakota University System (NDUS) now has its 2021-23 biennium budget after the 67th Legislative Assembly passed SB2003, allotting higher education $686.3 million from the state’s general fund for new investments and on

  • The agenda was mostly business as usual at the State Board of Higher Education’s recent meeting at Williston State College, apart from the selection of WSC’s next president. After a morning of interviews followed by executive session, the Board named